Incidents by the way: More recollections
Memoirs of William Rand Kenan, Jr., born in Wilmington, North Carolina, on April 30, 1872. Kenan graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1894 with a Bachelor of Science degree. After success in business, he became interested in philanthropy and founded the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust. This edition includes additional material on his contributions to the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, including Kenan Stadium, and business affairs. 96 pages. Chapters: 1. Kenansville's First Settlers were Irish and Scotch-Irish 2. The University Club, Niagara Falls, New York 3. First Snow in 34 Years Puts St. Augustine in the Spotlight 4. My Secretaries 5. Garden Expense 6. My Experience with Gardeners 7. Night-blooming Cereus 8. King Tut Peas 9. Kenan Stadium 10. Kenan Played When Carolina trimmed Wake Forest 11. Jack Horner's Sports Corner 12. Some Positions Held 13. American Power and Light Company 14. The Early Days in Florida 15. President Harding loses match Saturday Morning 16. How I Spent Some of My Money 17. Flying 18. Automobile Expenses 19. Camp Kenan 20. Randleigh Farm 21. The Park Lane, New York City 22. Miss Marion Godfrey of Springfield, Massachusetts 23. The First Presbyterian Church Lockport, New York 24. Head of Flagler System has recipe for useful work at ripe old age 25. William Rand and Mrs. Graham Kenan pay a visit here 26. Letter from Billy Carmichael Jr. 27. Chauffeurs who have been employed by me
Volume 3rd edition
Publisher Lockport, NY: s.n.
Possible copyright status Text has entered public domain.
Call number SENC CT275.K452 A32 1952
Digitizing sponsor LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
Book contributor University of North Carolina Wilmington
Collection universityofnorthcarolinawilmington; americana